My sister volunteered at soup kitchens and was always supporting causes against woman and child abuse. She was also the school pshycologist and took her duty very seriously and was always so concerned about the situations some of the children were in.
She tried her best to give them usefull advice. My sister was definitely passionate about children where my passion is really with animals and wildlife rehabilitation. But since my sister was murdered in 2015 I've had to give up my dream of full time wildlife rehabilitation to have more time with my family. The day my sister was murdered, 2 other woman were murdered in SA,one was axed to death by her husband. All she got was a small snippet in the newspaper and that is just unacceptable. Justice for Jayde has become a platform that brings awareness to these kinds of crimes and we have actually helped a number of women get out of unacceptable relationships just with our Facebook page.
I am fighting for Justice and hoping for a huge change in this country. No family deserves the betrayal,pain,loss and devastation my family and many others go through on a daily basis. If Jaydes situation can just help with awareness then I feel thats what I need to do. For her and for all woman in these horrific situations. Narcisssists are hard to recognise but there are always warning signs..